Ken Witzenman

Vice President of Manufacturing - Components

Ken Witzenman has been with NCI for over five years. During that time, he has served the central and western United States as a Regional Operations Manager within the Components and Buildings divisions of the organization. Ken is a born winner and an outspoken champion of the NCI mission, vision, and purpose, and has distinguished himself in his pursuit of continuous improvement on both an individual and company-wide level.

Ken’s career at NCI has been defined by exemplary leadership and continued success, while the support he has received—including coaching, mentorship, and even educational support in the form of tuition reimbursement—have empowered him to grow, thrive, and truly own his role. Today, Ken oversees four plants located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Phoenix, Arizona; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Atwater, California. Read his story below:


Career Milestones:

  • I’ve been with NCI since 2013. I’ve been in the same role over that time, though it’s evolved and changed a lot. I’ve really been able to make it my own.
  • General Manager for Manufacturing

    Initially, my job title was General Manager for Manufacturing. After some internal realignment, I was retitled Regional Operations Manager, and I’ve had different responsibilities with respect to that role.
  • At one point, I was responsible for six manufacturing facilities and over 400 folks, which is just an incredible opportunity. It’s reassuring to know I have what I need to get the job done and I have the backing to do it.
  • I was able to finish my bachelor’s degree in the last two years and I’m halfway through my MBA. NCI is sponsoring me through tuition reimbursement, and that’s something that’s available to every employee that works for the company for at least one year.
  • Regional Operations Manager

    NCI really gives you the tools and resources you need to be successful. It’s helped me grow in terms of my leadership acumen.
“If you ever want to improve your skillset—whether it’s a vocational degree like a welding certificate, or a bachelor’s degree, or an MBA—NCI is going to support you in that effort. It’s nice to work for a company that really cares about its people.”